The Latest Recipes
Get them while they’re fresh! Here are the latest recipes from An Edible Mosaic.
Seasonal Recipes to Make Now
Here are a few favorite seasonal recipes to inspire you. Get in the kitchen and whip up something fresh!
Most Popular Recipes on An Edible Mosaic
Check out the fan favorites! These are the tried-and-true most popular recipes that everyone loves.
Explore World Cuisine
Discover new foods and flavors without leaving your kitchen with recipes from around the world.
Middle Eastern Food
Faith spent a significant amount of time living in Syria, Jordan, and Kuwait where she immersed herself in Middle Eastern cuisine and culture. (Read more about Faith’s Middle Eastern travels here.) On An Edible Mosaic, she shares authentic Middle Eastern recipes made approachable for home cooks. If you aren’t sure where to start, here are a few delicious Arabic and Middle Eastern food ideas to inspire you!
Start your day with a healthy and beautiful Arabic breakfast spread of fresh vegetables, olives, dips, and Middle Eastern flatbread.
Creamy with a complex smoky, garlicky, lemony, slightly nutty flavor, Baba Ganoush (roasted eggplant dip) will blow your mind.
Ma’amoul cookies feature a sweet spiced date filling stuffed into a rich, buttery, crisp cookie that’s similar to shortbread.
Ful Medames (Egyptian Fava Beans) is creamy, hearty and flavorful with a drizzle of peppery olive oil, fresh vegetables, and herbs.
I’m Faith, the writer, recipe developer, photographer, and food stylist behind this blog. I love finding the human connection through something we all do every day: eat! Food brings a commonality that we can all relate to, and our tables tell a story. It’s my goal to inspire you to get in the kitchen, try something new, and find a favorite you didn’t know you had. Welcome to An Edible Mosaic! Read more about Faith here.
Air Fryer Green Bean Fries
Domoda, a West African peanut stew recipe, is hearty and nutritious with layers of flavor. It’s a tiny bit spicy, a little sweet, and packed with savory goodness. It’s full of vegetables, and the best part is you, can customize it to suit your tastes! Get the recipe here.
Switch Up Your Cooking Method
Put your Instant Pot, Crockpot, Air Fryer, and grill to good use!
Here you’ll find a variety of delicious treats to satisfy your sweet tooth! Some are on the healthy side and others are indulgent. With a range of cooking skill levels, you can make everything from easy apple crisp, to the most amazing chewy brownies, a single serving chocolate chip cookie, the carrot cake that will blow your mind, and French vanilla macarons with chocolate ganache and coffee buttercream.
Skip takeout and the drive-thru! These meals work well for busy weeknights when you don’t have time to cook. My personal go-to when I only have 15 minutes to make dinner is marry me chicken.
Appetizers and Snacks
Discover your new favorite appetizer, finger food, or lite bite for your next party or gathering. If you aren’t sure what to make first, take a peek at Buffalo chicken dip, cheddar cheese ball, and baba ganoush.
Salads for All Seasons
Salads aren’t just for summer! Here you’ll find tons of inspiration with fresh seasonal produce to help you enjoy salads all year. For a healthy lunch idea, make lentil salad with herbed goat cheese and balsamic vinaigrette. And to get more greens in at dinner, try apple walnut rainbow Swiss chard salad.
Soup’s On Year-Round
Light and refreshing or thick and hearty, soup is a nutrient-packed meal that’s perfect any time of year! If you want to try something new, check out Zupa Ogórkowa (Polish Dill Pickle Soup), Gulaschsuppe (German Goulash Soup), or Tom Kha Gai (Thai Coconut Chicken Soup).
Breakfast and Brunch
Start your day with something delicious, whether you’re looking for sweet or savory, healthy or decadent. For something unique try a beautiful Arabic breakfast, or if you’re feeding a crowd make an epic breakfast board.
Low Carb and Keto Recipes
Whether you’re keto-curious or keto-adapted, take a look through these keto recipes and you’ll find something that calls your name! I’ll let you in on a secret; no one would know these Southern-style low carb biscuits and gravy are keto unless you tell them! Same thing with this amazing thin mints copycat recipe. And also, if you’re looking for a delicious keto breakfast that isn’t eggs and bacon, check out this keto English muffin and keto oatmeal (aka noatmeal).